Don't forget to eat at Chick-fil-A S...

Don't forget to eat at Chick-fil-A Sept 1

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Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#1 Jul 30, 2012
If people are going to boycott Chick-fil-A because the owner believes in one man-one woman marriage why don't they boycott gasoline? Most of the counties that we import our oil from kill gays if found out.
Was there this much up-rise when Obama said he was against gay marriage? He flip flop because he is now in trouble and needs the votes.
Anne Ominous

Binghamton, NY

#2 Jul 30, 2012
Obama will be flip-flopping like a brown trout in a frying pan on election day LOL
Stork

Indianapolis, IN

#3 Jul 30, 2012
Is this place owned by the racist Mormons?
Blog Boy

Indianapolis, IN

#4 Jul 30, 2012
Stork wrote:
Is this place owned by the racist Mormons?
No. The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (commonly called the "Mormon" Church) is in no way affiliated with Chick-Fil-A. Chick-Fil-A is owned and was founded by Truett Cathy, who is a member of First Baptist Church in Jonesboro, Georgia. He has taught Sunday School at First Baptist for over 50 years.
ShellBelle22

Indianapolis, IN

#5 Jul 30, 2012
The date in the title is incorrect. Supporters are visiting the restaurant on Aug. 1st.

Since: Jul 12

Noblesville, IN

#6 Jul 30, 2012
DavidM wrote:
If people are going to boycott Chick-fil-A because the owner believes in one man-one woman marriage why don't they boycott gasoline? Most of the counties that we import our oil from kill gays if found out.
Was there this much up-rise when Obama said he was against gay marriage? He flip flop because he is now in trouble and needs the votes.
Obama isn't against marriage. he's against bigots like you. Choke on your Shit-fil-a you homophobic drone.
ima hoosier

Itasca, IL

#7 Jul 30, 2012
oh i can see it now. one will enter the eatery on aug 1 and no one would think it fowl to have a lot of dressed alike and them beehived thumpers praying over a leg or a liver. no breast served though as this will be a holy thing. maybe some will be saved and maybe some will have feet washed in the oil or the blood of the poor butchered chicks. yes all chicks obey theyre man or god knows what will happen. i bet those beehived heads will scrub the fryin pan. the food will all get cold as the prayers to save humanity will last for hours as those that are evil will be in the talk. one quick question. does anyone know if the good millionaire baptist truett gave a lot of chicken to the hurricane katrina victoms?????
Ace

Indianapolis, IN

#8 Jul 30, 2012
All of this media hype about hate being expressed by the people who own Chick-fil-A is the phoniest excuse of a non issue that I've heard of in quite some time.

Every mainstream religion in America that I am aware of preach either that homosexuality is a sin or that marriage should be a union between one man and one woman.

If the religious views of the people who own the places that you are something that you are concerned about then I've got bad news for you. If you take away all of the places that were founded by Christians, Jews, or Muslims, then there isn't going to be much left.
triose

Mooresville, IN

#9 Jul 30, 2012
Ace wrote:
All of this media hype about hate being expressed by the people who own Chick-fil-A is the phoniest excuse of a non issue that I've heard of in quite some time.
Every mainstream religion in America that I am aware of preach either that homosexuality is a sin or that marriage should be a union between one man and one woman.
If the religious views of the people who own the places that you are something that you are concerned about then I've got bad news for you. If you take away all of the places that were founded by Christians, Jews, or Muslims, then there isn't going to be much left.
Please don't muddy the waters with facts !!!
One moment please

Chicago, IL

#10 Jul 30, 2012
For a voice of sanity.

Would you patronize a restaurant whose owner supports racism? Of course not.

Then why is this discrimination being put forth as Holy? And it IS discrimination.
triose

Mooresville, IN

#11 Jul 30, 2012
One moment please wrote:
For a voice of sanity.
Would you patronize a restaurant whose owner supports racism? Of course not.
Then why is this discrimination being put forth as Holy? And it IS discrimination.
Let us try a different example: If you are a Democrat, would you patronize a restaurant whose owner supports Republicans??
This owner has a right to his opinions just as you, I and anyone else. I have seen no signs of discrimination...there are no signs on the doors of the restaurnats saying "no GLBT allowed"...no cases I've read were service was denied to any of these people. Just like favoring (and contributing) to one political organization over another....no protest over that. It is very simple, if you don't agree with what he says...don't fricking support his business. Are people this upset also because Chick-fil-A is closed on Sundays due to his religious beliefs ??? But through the GLBT agenda into the mix and it's an all out cat fight.
Hypocrite.
Ace

Indianapolis, IN

#12 Jul 30, 2012
One moment please wrote:
For a voice of sanity.
Would you patronize a restaurant whose owner supports racism? Of course not.
I don't know the exact numbers but in the US there are about five states which allow gay marriage and a couple more which permit civil unions for gay couples. That means that gay marriage is illegal in the vast majority of this country.

Sam Walton, the founder of Walmart, was a Sunday school teacher at a Christian church. Thanks to Walmart the heirs to the Walmart empire are some of the wealthiest people on the face of the planet and it's probably a safe bet that they share many of the same beliefs as the family patriarch. Are you going to stop shopping there too?

The only difference between Chick-fil-A and 99% of the other businesses in town is that the owner of Chick-fil-A made a public statement about his religious beliefs. Singling out one restaurant is a worthless gesture.
Anne Ominous

Binghamton, NY

#13 Jul 31, 2012
watcher55 wrote:
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Obama isn't against marriage. he's against bigots like you.
morons with no argument scream "bigot"

:)
Anne Ominous

Binghamton, NY

#14 Jul 31, 2012
watcher55 wrote:
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you homophobic drone.
morons with no argument scream "homophobe"

:)
The Ultimate Kaptoz

Indianapolis, IN

#15 Jul 31, 2012
Okay what id a child molester wanted to be served in a Gay restaurant. Would they refuse to serve the molester/ Imagine had the child molester wore a shirt that read I am a convicted child molester but I was born to have sex with kids and babies. Would that gay restaurant still serve the child molester. Would they say go away we don't serve child molesters . I mean the child molester could sue the same argument and say I was born this way, Why are you treating me so inhuman .I mean gay people say they were born that way. That's how they got their rights. They would say we didn't choose to be born gay, We were just born gay. I would think a child molester or even a rapist could make the very same argument also.
A voice of reason

Chicago, IL

#16 Jul 31, 2012
triose wrote:
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Let us try a different example: If you are a Democrat, would you patronize a restaurant whose owner supports Republicans??
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Hypocrite.
Actually, if I know that a business has beliefs which I do not support, I avoid patronizing such businesses. So no hypocricy on my part.

Bigotry is bigotry, whether wrapped in the flag, or the bible.
Big Deal

Indianapolis, IN

#17 Jul 31, 2012
I will continue to eat there. The man did not say anything negative towards gay/lesbian people. He did say he believed in traditional marriage. That is the same thing our great President said when he was first in office, only to change it now so he can win votes. If it was such a big deal I'm sure athiests would ban Chik-fi-la because they don't believe in opening on Sunday for religious beliefs. Why are gay people not banning Target and Cracker Barrel? They've made the same type of comments. I have many gay/lesbian friends who I cannot imagine carrying on this way.
Linda Bledsoe

Pittsburgh, PA

#18 Jul 31, 2012
Again many of you have demonstrated that you don't understand the definition of the term bigot.

Since: Dec 06

Indianapolis

#19 Aug 1, 2012
For those did not go you missed a party. They were so busy people were turning away before they even parked. I want to personally thank those who started the boycott. This will make the gay marriage ban pass with little trouble. You get what you ask for.
Remember the little boy in church? You help on that one too. Thanks again.
Mary

Indianapolis, IN

#20 Aug 1, 2012
This is sad and a black mark against society.

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